Adding Necessary Scanned Images

After scanning documents, add scanned images, which have not been cropped, in order to crop them. Up to 20 crop frames can be added for one scanned image.

Windows

  1. Scan a document.

    For details about how to scan a document, refer to Scanning a Document.

  2. In the [ScanSnap Home - Image scanning and file saving] window of ScanSnap Home, select [Crop and save flat document images as-is], and then click the [Check/Correct] button.
  3. Add a scanned image in the [ScanSnap Home - View cropped images] window.

    Apply a frame around a part of the scanned image that you want to crop by dragging the mouse.

    When the crop frame is applied, the scanned image that you cropped is added to the end of [Cropped image].

    Viewing a Cropped Image
  4. Click the [Save and Exit] button.
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    • If the [Next] button is displayed, clear the [Continue with Point Retouch] checkbox. The [Next] button changes to the [Save and Exit] button.

The scanned image that you added is also saved.

Mac OS

  1. Scan a document.

    For details about how to scan a document, refer to Scanning a Document.

  2. In the [ScanSnap Home - Image scanning and file saving] window of ScanSnap Home, select [Flat document], and then click the [Check/Correct] button.
  3. Add a scanned image in the [ScanSnap Home - View cropped images] window.

    Apply a frame around a part of the scanned image that you want to crop by dragging the mouse.

    When the crop frame is applied, the cropped part is added at the bottom of the list of scanned images.

    Viewing a Cropped Image
  4. Click the [Save and Exit] button.
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    • If the [Next] button is displayed, clear the [Continue with Point Retouch] checkbox. The [Next] button changes to the [Save and Exit] button.

The scanned image that you added is also saved.